From the title cards to the bumpers and nominee videos, we created a package designed to be an ethereal reflection of youth culture and pop music, cooked all together in an acid-infused electric soup - including an orchestration of “Also sprach Zarathustra,” (famously used in 2001: A Space Odyssey), that we remixed into a trap, future-bass, house space-jam for Katy Perry's Moon Woman entrance. Check out the highlights here.
We developed a sonic branding that feels "sampled, incomplete, and always shifting between eerie calm and jarring action...," while "...layers of environmental recordings, overheard conversations, and carefully crafted music beds bring a tactile, emotional resonance to Oxygen’s on-air visuals." Read the full article here.
"The team behind the YouTooCanWoo studio space in Williamsburg, Brooklyn is celebrating their fifth anniversary by expanding in a big way. On Friday (June 30), the “Woo” community will begin doing business as their own record label of the same name. The occasion will be marked by a launch party that night at Rough Trade in Brooklyn, NY and the label’s first full-length LP release, Violet Sands’ Hotel."